Central Connecticut Cardiologists, LLC has a thirty-year tradition of providing quality medical care for their patients with heart disease. Always keeping each patient’s best interest paramount, the physicians offer state-of-the-art technologies in diagnosis and therapy. The practice specializes in all diseases of the heart and vascular system of adults.
The practice currently includes nine cardiologists, a nurse practitioner and a physician assistant. The nursing staff also has many years of experience in cardiology. There are three nuclear cardiology sites, three echocardiography laboratories and five sites for stress testing.
The cardiologists of Central Connecticut Cardiology are American trained at leading institutions. The physicians are board certified in cardiology and additionally certified in echocardiography, interventional cardiology and nuclear cardiology. They have teaching appointments at the University of Connecticut.
It has been the goal of Central Connecticut Cardiologists to make services more easily available, so that patients can receive care near their home or place of employment. Referring physicians or patients with cardiac disease can make appointments at any of our locations by contacting any office.
For greater patient convenience, the practice has multiple locations in the Hartford area. The offices in Hartford, Enfield and Simsbury have full facilities, and the East Granby and Suffield locations offer most services. The practice is intimately affiliated with Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Connecticut’s most active cardiac hospital.
All nuclear laboratories are certified by IACNL (The Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Laboratories), the recognized authority in laboratory accreditation.
The practice’s services include:
- exercise stress tests
- nuclear cardiology
- cardiac catheterization
- angioplasty and stenting
- Holter monitoring
- pacemaker insertion and monitoring
- preventive cardiology
- cholesterol management
- hypertension control
- arrhythmia management
- bypass surgery patient follow-up